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|A rising power looks down under: Chinese perspectives on Australia|
CISS Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan has recently published a paper titled 'A rising power looks down under: Chinese perspectives on Australia' through the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI)
|A new letter from the Director of the Centre for International Security Studies|
CISS Director James Der Derian writes about all things quantum, and the upcoming annual Michael Hintze Lecture and Q Symposium, 'Peace and Security in a Quantum Age'
|Visual threats: Lene Hansen’s Michael Hintze lecture to introduce first Q Symposium|
|Photographs from Abu Ghraib and Fallujah, the Muhammad Cartoons, and the video of the dying Iranian activist Neda are just a few examples of images playing decisive roles in security and foreign policy debates.On 20 February, Denmark’s first female Professor of International Relations Lene Hansen will present ‘In Defense of|
|CISS Associates receive funding from the Australian Research Council|
Australian Research Council (ARC) has announced the recipients of research funding under the Future Fellowship and Major Grants schemes, three of which are from the Centre for International Security Studies.
|From War 2.0 to quantum war: the superpositionality of global violence|
CISS Director and Michael Hintze Chair James Der Derian recently published a journal article in a special issue of the Australian Journal of International Affairs about the digital media revolution and its impact in contemporary conflicts. Read the full article here.
|CISS Director James Der Derian to present a talk at McGill University, Montreal|
CISS Director and Michael Hintze Chair James Der Derian will be presenting a talk titled 'Peace and Security in a Quantum Age' at the McGill University in Montreal this November 8th, as part of the Centre for International Peace and Security Studies' Speaker Series
|Dr. Sarah Phillips on the Kenyan terror attacks on ABC1|
CISS Senior Lecturer Dr. Sarah Phillips commented on the current Kenyan terror attacks on last night's 7:30 program on ABC1